PATENTED & PROVEN BIODIESEL PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

3x Faster Production Rates than Traditional Biodiesel Production & Processing

Biodico puts over 20 years of biodiesel production experience to work for optimum processing capabilities.

RESULT OF 20 YEARS OF R&D

Continuing R&D development under Naval CRADA and grant funded research (CEC, DOD, USDA, etc.)

Biodico provides efficient Biodiesel production through a wide variety of commercial locations.

5 PROVEN COMMERCIAL SITES

Commercial Biodiesel Production facilities developed for California, Nevada, Texas, Colorado, Australia

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BYPRODUCT ENERGY PRODUCTION

Anaerobic digestion of treated glycerin, gasification of inedible seed meal, algae growth from waste CO2

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EXPERIENCED PROJECT TEAM

Managerial team with over 80 years combined commercial biodiesel production experience in US dating to the first year of the National Biodiesel Board in 1993

Biodico develops projects with strategic partners

OUR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
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FEEDSTOCK AGNOSTIC

Biodico’s MPU technology can produce and has produced ASTM grade biodiesel from a wide range of oil, animal fat, and reclaimed products.  Biodico is also committed to the R&D and use of next generation feedstocks such as algae, purpose grown brassicas, and castor.

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AUTOMATED PRODUCTION & TESTING

Pumps and valves are automated with electrical solenoids and various gates of production are entered into upon satisfactory chemical composition.  Technology was developed with the US Navy to allow for reliable operation of biodiesel production facilities deployed to remote locations.

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FASTER PROCESS TIMES

Testing is performed optically through an internally developed near infrared spectroscopy method and through EMF driven interphase detection techniques.  This allows us to determine the chemical composition of the fuel and the state of separation in-situ.

BIODIESEL “MORE” SYSTEM

The renewable energy industry has a number of biodiesel plants. At Biodico, we wanted something MORE. Biodico did just that and came up with the MORE (Multi-Feedstock, Online, Realtime, Energy Saving) Biodiesel System.

Biodico’s patented MORE technology is built around the core competency of biodiesel production and is based on 20 years of R&D that continues to this day.  MORE units are able to take a wide variety of used and virgin fats and oils and convert them into biodiesel fuel that can be burned in any diesel engine with little or no modification.  Feedstock flexibility allows for MORE technology to be implemented in a decentralized manner and to utilize local and regional feedstocks throughout the world.

In order for biodiesel to be sold on the market it must meet ASTM specification D 6751.  Quality control is of utmost importance in the biodiesel industry and the specification is extremely important to foster a thriving industry and satisfied customers.  Traditional testing is very time consuming though and places a bottleneck on conventional processing methods.  By spectroscopically testing the fuel production process as the reaction is taking place and by using EMF driven interphase monitoring techniques, Biodico is able to produce fuel three times faster than conventional processes allow.

MORE technology is also designed to allow for the integration of mutually advantageous energy production techniques such as gasification of inedible seed meal, anaerobic digestion of treated glycerin, onsite oil extrusion, cultivation of algae (algaculture), and solar thermal cogeneration.  This allows for not only a heat and power self-sufficient energy island, but one that can export back to the grid.

CARBON INTENSITY OF FUELS (g CO2e/MJ)

CA Ultra Low Sulfur Petroleum Diesel – 98.03
Soybean Oil Biodiesel – 83.25
Midwest Canola Oil Biodiesel – 62.98
Used Cooking Oil Biodiesel – 11.76
Symbiotic Algaculture Biodiesel – (1.43)

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